Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by mansell, Dec 7, 2003.
Does anyone have any idea as to the story for this years show ?
The Trotters hit hard times (more than normal) and may have to sell there flat at Nelson Mandela towers.
Why do you want to know?
Hopefully none at all.
This stopped being funny years ago
Please don't tell me this garbage is still going to get a prime slot on Xmas Day
I do think that this program is way past it's prime, if the last 2 specials are anything to go by, but it's the only thing we are going to get that will be anywhere near watchable I think.
I have not watched a OFAH which i did not like yet, the one this XMAS is the last one ever looking forward to it, i never get tired of them
I'd rather watch the Bond film on ITV.
I've ordered half a dozen DVDs for Christmas. There's no way I'm watching the tat that gets put out over Christmas.
Why does the BBC always blow a large chunk of its budget on a film that everyone has already seen? I think it was Titanic last year: I'm not sure what they've picked this year.
I'll watch The Office Christmas special, though...
When is the Office Christmas Special on Rhoamish, Cant miss this!!
Yep i just watched the 2 Series last week (never watched them on TV) thought it was fantastic cant wait for the XMAS Specials i hope there 1 Hr long
According to Digiguide it's on 26th December BBC1 at 22:15 - duration 45 minutes
Isn't The Office Xmas special in two parts?
yes - I wondered who'd spot my deliberate mistake
Part 2 is on BBC1 27/12/2003 21:50 duration 55 minutes
Better stick on your mighty Queen DVD's eh Kev?
Yep, that or whatever DVDs santa brings
It doesn't matter what dvd's you own, when a film comes on the box we usually end up watching it/getting drawn in like Titanic or Back 2 the future (both of which i own). I think its just one of those things where you get back to how it used to be... Maybe im getting too old!!!
I know what you mean, 3 years ago i bought my girlfriend the vhs bond boxset, yet she always watches them when they are on tv
Well I hope that is the last one. It didn't make me laugh much at all.
Trigger did, about time they gave him his own series.
I enjoyed it.
OK, they might have run out of ideas but the
actors did an excellent job with the limited script
they were given.
I agree with you, Garrett. Trigger cracked me up on
a few occasions - his comic timing was just brilliant
(even though you knew what was coming!).
Sad to see the series come to an end - I, for
one, will miss it a lot.
If it was a horse, it would have been shot a few years ago
Would have been much kinder than flogging it to death as they seem to have done.
I manage to miss this episode because I programmed the timer incorrectly I was gutted. Does anyone know if it will be out on DVD. Has someone recorded it if so would you sell me a copy?
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